Posted on 28th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) last month advised businesses to improve their vehicle security strategy – even in the face of budget cuts.
Posted on 26th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
Monitors on reversing camera systems have two main standards of signal – PAL and NTSC. If you buy a reversing camera, it’s important to know which the monitor takes.
Posted on 21st Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
Drivers, usually, want as wider angle reversing cameras as possible. However, manufacturers understand this and therefore exaggerate the statistics.
Posted on 19th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
There are several ways to wire systems with reversing cameras onto a vehicle. It is best to attached the red AV socket to trigger the monitor to come out when the camera is powered.
Posted on 18th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
Truck safety and driver security, are two of the most important health issues on the road today.
Posted on 15th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
The main problem that could occur with reversing cameras is getting the positive and negative leads mixed up. Reversing the polarity means it will not work or could even break.
Posted on 14th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
These reversing camera systems are clever devices which mean vehicles can be left unattended without the worry of the reversing camera monitor being stolen by opportunist thieves.
Posted on 13th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
The picture quality of reversing camera monitors depends the standrard of the sensor. Most CMOS reversing cameras use a reasonable and inexpensive sensor.
Posted on 12th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
One of the leading causes of death in the UK is work related crashes. In addition to the human suffering, this results in increased costs to employers and lost productivity.
Posted on 8th Apr, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
Mobile CCTV cameras are generally used for security and monitoring purposes, although in more recent times they are used to track and train fleets of vehicles as well.